PLEASE JOIN US FOR THE WEBINAR
“TRAUMA IN IMMIGRANT/REFUGEE COMMUNITIES”
Hosted by Princeton AlumniCorps & Appleseed
Wednesday, April 11 at 3 PM EDT
An hour-long panel discussion and audience Q/A on the topic of trauma and mental health in immigrant and refugee communities, including the effects of the current political climate on mental wellness and the generational impact of chronic stress on families. This webinar is part of a partnership, funded by the Hewlett Foundation, between Princeton AlumniCorps and Appleseed with the aim of promoting network-based collaboration on issues facing immigrants and refugees.
Usha Tummala-Narra, PhD – Associate Professor in the Department of Counseling, Development, and Educational Psychology at Boston College, whose scholarship focuses on immigration, trauma, and cultural competence and psychoanalytic psychotherapy.
Maria Nardone, PhD – Adjunct Professor of Psychology at Fordham University, an expert witness in immigration cases, and contributor to Appleseed’s Manual “Protecting Assets and Child Custody in the Face of Deportation: A Guide for Practitioners Assisting Immigrant Families” on the psychological aspects of deportation.
Please go to the following link.
CAN’T JOIN US?
An archived video of the panel and Q/A will be made available after the live event. To make sure you receive it, please email Sahand Rahbar and indicate your interest.